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My 30 gal. tank’s water is continually green, regardless of weekly 30% to 50% water changes. I’ve had the tank for over a year now, and have tried the use of algeafix, but it only works for a day or two before the green terror returns. Is it safe for my fish and live plants to add a higher does of this stuff, or to try the no sunlight approach?
My fish tank is green, not the water, what can i do so my fish tank don’t turn green any more.
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An algae bloom is the cause of the green aquarium water. Basically, we have to figure out why too much algae is growing in your fish tank. We’ll dive into the causes of aggressive algae growth and how to stop it for good. I was wondering if anyone new how to clean a fish tank that’s cloudy green with out empting the entire waster tank?
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They are one of the most entertaining fish we have ever had in our tank. They dart in and out of the coral in a school. Color changes from blue to green depending on how the light hits them. Great community fish!!If you sit back and think about it, the only real problem thatgreen water produces is an aesthetic one. The fish in your tankdon't care one bit how green the water is! In fact, the subdued lighting due to thegreen water blocking some of the light is probably appreciated by most fish. Sowe need to put this situation in a proper perspective. Sure it doesn'tlook good, but the algae is there for a reason. Instead of seeing it asa plague in your tank, you should try to see it as a sign of an imbalance in yourtank.Usually the result of an algae bloom. Read up on how to . The green cloudy aquarium water will not harm your fish but it is not the most pleasant thing to look at. This happens because of the amount of nutrients and the amount of light entering the aquarium. Your tank water is nutrient rich, which may mean that you're feeding too much, your tank may be overstocked or you're not doing enough water changes or a combination of all the above. The main problems are usually high nitrate and phosphate levels. If you have a saltwater aquarium consider using a and . Avoid placing your aquarium where it could receive direct sunlight. Direct sunlight will add fuel to the fire so to speak and direct sunlight will cause temperature fluctations as well.When you only have fish in a tank with plastic plants and some otherdecorations, the options you have to get rid of green water are more'chemical' and less 'natural'. That's okay, because it can make things a littlemore simple.Fish that shoal together are an awesome addition to your reef tank, and the green chromis is no different. I've had at least 20 of these in my tank. Some tips from my experience, go for at least 5, less than that and they get shy, which is not natural for them. Also - it's not uncommon to lose 1 or 2 in a new batch, they stress easy, but recover quickly - when first introducing them to your tank, OVERFEED (yes I said it) for at least 3 days. This helps immensely.There are a lot of fish tank cleaners at your local pet store that can remove algae not only on the walls of your aquarium, but also on your plastic plants and ornaments. There are even algae scrubs and pads that will make it easier for you to remove those greenish and brownish traces on your decorations, thought these items can be a bit more expensive.